Send an SMS to PIN (746) with the keyword "Get" as the first word of the SMS. You will receive a text message containing your network PIN. Currently, FSM Telecom does not assess any charges for obtaining your PIN through SMS.
YES. All landline phones have call forward capability. If the call forward was to another local landline then there is no additional per call charges. All call forwards to long distance, international and cell phones are charged according to the current approved tariffs. For example, your landline phone will be charged $0.15 per minute for each call if calls were forwarded to a cellphone.
VMS (867) service is no longer available.
Absolutely. Any FSMTCeLL subscriber may use his/her cellphone to send SMS text to any email user whether it be here in FSM or the rest of the world. The cost...only $0.04 per message successfully sent. While there are other format options one may employ to send SMS text to an email, just follow this simple format: at your message editor, enter [email address] [space] [message]. Enter  as the desired destination number. The maximum number of 130 characters for your message applies. If you have trouble using this service, do not hesitate to contact your local customer service representative.
To send a message from an email account such as outlook or hotmail, just type in the cellphone number you want to send text to with @cell.fm. There shouldn't be any spaces between the numbers. For example: it should be firstname.lastname@example.org. The three digit prefix area code for cellular accounts are as follows: Kosrae (970); Yap (950); Ulithi (951); Chuuk (930) and Pohnpei (920). Remember to always precede the cellular number with the country code for FSM, which is 691.